Refugee Help Staff Says They’re About To Deal With A Lot Of Violence

( Those looking to work at a refugee center in the small UK village of Linton-on-Ouse in North Yorkshire are being warned that they should prepare to deal with violence, anti-social behavior, and death.

The UK government is hiring staff to work at the refugee facility despite previously indicating that it may not place the facility in this tiny village with a population of only 700 people.

The facility, which will be placed on the site of a former RAF training base, is expected to house 1,500 asylum-seekers, most of them young men.

Residents of Linton-on-Ouse have fought to prevent the scheme, staging multiple protests. On Monday, they showed up at a public meeting with the Home Office to protest the planned center. But it was all for nothing.

Last week, the UK government began recruiting staff to work at the facility, despite the ongoing opposition.

Local Tory MP Kevin Hollinrake said the government has begun recruiting between 300-400 people to work at the refugee center and facilities are being moved onto the site.

Serco, the company used by the government to post job openings, shows a posting for the refugee center.

The posting warns potential job-seekers of what they can expect while working at the refugee facility, including “urgent medical needs, suicide risks, domestic violence situations, violence and anti-social behavior, death, and child safeguarding needs.”

As many as sixty asylum-seekers are expected to arrive at the facility by the end of the month. According to the Home Office, the refugee center is for temporary housing only and the asylum-seekers will then be moved after six months.

A Home Office spokesperson claimed that forcing up to 1,500 refugees on a tiny, quiet village like Linton-on-Ouse will “help end our reliance on expensive hotels” that cost taxpayers nearly 5 million pounds a day.